7.14 Acres - 8.6 Acres
A very rare opportunity, indeed!
Located at the confluence of the Black Fork Creek and the Little River, where the river is deep and wide with fantastic fishing, swimming and canoeing.
The locals have called this fabulous place "Marley's Fish Camp" for over 50 years. We call it "The Headquarters" since it is in an ideal location to be your headquarters for adventures in hunting, fishing read more
and exploring this awesome part of Oklahoma.
These fascinating little slices of heaven are nestled into the southern Kiamichi Mountain foothills, just a few miles south of Nashoba, OK in Pushmataha County.
The views of the Little River and the surrounding Kiamichi Mountains are absolutely stunning to say the least! This is one of the most scenic areas of southeastern Oklahoma, in my opinion.
Located about 2.5 miles off Hwy 144. The tracts are accessed from a good county road that can be traveled in any vehicle and are only about one and a half miles off of a paved road. It has very good access for a really remote country property. It is very rare to find one that is this easy to get to. You can drive your motor home or camping trailer to it with ease and not tear anything up.
Both tracts have a very nice Little River shoreline frontage so it is an ideal place to launch your canoes and kayaks for a trip down the river. Or kick back in your lawn chair in the nice shade and fish for the big ones!
Each acreage looks as if it should be designated a state park. Each has huge massive oak trees, pines, cedars and other deciduous hardwoods, creating an ambience of pure delight.
The tracts both have excellent building sites well up out of the flood plain so you can build your cabin, lodge or home in complete confidence.
Rural electric is available on both properties but you will need to drill a water well for your domestic water since no rural water lines service the properties. We can help hook you up with water well drillers in the area, so no problem!
This hunting and fishing paradise is located in Zone 10 for game numbers! That is the best there is! There are abundant whitetail deer, turkey, squirrels, waterfowl and even black bear. Pushmataha County is one of the four counties in southeastern Oklahoma that have a black bear hunting season.
When you are at "The Headquarters" you are only 3/4 of a mile from the Honobia Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA) and within 10 miles of Three Rivers WMA, Pushmataha WMA, Ouachita WMA and about 30 miles from the Ouachita National Forest.
As you are beginning to see, there are literally hundreds of thousands of acres of hunting opportunities at your desposal. For the 4-wheelers, jeepers, horseback trail riders and hiking enthusiasts out there, you'll find thousands of miles of trails just begging for your adventures and discoveries!
You could look the rest of your life and most likely you will never find a more enchanting and beautiful small acreage paradise than these parcels. Soooo quiet and peaceful!
TRACT 1 is 8.6 Acres at $79,500. It is very unique in that the confluence of the Black Fork Creek and Little River is on it.
TRACT 3 is 7.14 Acres at $69,500. It has an old barn on it that is still in decent shape and could be put into service with a little TLC. It is approximately 16 x 24.
Each of the tracts have easy access right down to the river's edge. Each has vehicle access to the river and has a private access gate for your security!
To help you with distances from downtown:
Oklahoma City - 202 Miles / 2 Hours 15 Minutes
Dallas, TX - 188 Miles / 3 Hours
Fort Smith, AR - 109 Miles / 2 Hours
Tulsa, OK - 163 Miles / 2 Hours 45 Minutes
Please call Chuck Clark at 580-380-7093 with any questions and for your tour of these awesome little properties. You will be glad you did!
Hi, I'm Chuck Clark - I have been an avid outdoorsman all my life - rancher, hunter, horseman, home inspector and builder. Some call me the Chief cook & bottle washer too! My background gives me a unique advantage to help you find your dream property. I can guarantee you one thing - we'll have fun looking, whether hiking, horseback, or in my trustee jeep wrangler. The worst that can happen is we will all make some read more
new friends. I'm looking forward to hearing from you. Chuck Clark is an Alumni of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK. He has been a cattle rancher and horse trainer for most of his life. He has also been in the construction business for over 30 years and is a Home Inspector.